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Wild and Free Nature: 25 Outdoor Adventures for Kids to Explore, Discover, and Awaken Their Curiosity

Although geared primarily toward homeschooling parents, this book will also be useful for teachers, babysitters, and anyone else who cares for children and wants to get them out into nature.

The Forgiveness Tour: How To Find the Perfect Apology

Readers will find hope and examples of paths toward forgiveness here. Casting a wide net, Shapiro’s book will appeal to those who love human interest stories, people seeking to forgive in their own lives, and those wondering about the deeper meaning of forgiveness in many different traditions.

Craft Your Own Happy

Crafters, especially beginners, and lovers of kawaii will be sure to find something they like in this book with its wide variety of projects. Recommended also for those looking for fun projects to do with children.

The French Art of Not Trying Too Hard

For lovers of all things French, but also for those who enjoy philosophy and self-help books that discuss working “smarter, not harder.”

The Complete Guide to Drawing for Beginners: 21 Step-by-Step Lessons

Highly recommended for aspiring artists of all types, especially those looking for encouragement to give drawing a go.

Pravda Ha Ha: True Travels to the End of Europe

Fans of travelogs, history buffs, and those with an interest in Russia and the former U.S.S.R. will thoroughly enjoy.

The Rhine: Following Europe's Greatest River from Amsterdam to the Alps

This travelog is a great companion volume to traditional guide books and might direct readers to areas they wouldn't normally visit. Anyone interested in European travel, history, and rivers will enjoy.

Gone Dollywood: Dolly Parton's Mountain Dream

Fans of Parton and those with interests in Appalachia, Tennessee, and Southern culture will enjoy this book.

Berlin for Jews: A Twenty-First-Century Companion

This timely entry complements a plethora of recent titles centering on Nazi Germany, the Jews, and Berlin in particular. Readers interested in Jewish culture, Berlin, and German history will enjoy Barkan's contribution.

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